Philip Dovgan is quite a young composer, now he is only 14. However, it did not prevent him from recording a full-value author disc (by the way, it was Olexiy Kharchenko
who helped him). Moreover, the "Constellation of Dolphins" is not just a selection of compositions by Philip, this is an album, which has its concept and integral structure. The album is divided into two sections. Volume One includes pieces performed on the grand piano, and this part of the album is an original look inside, into the internal, intimate world of a person. Actually, the grand piano as a solo instrument is a wonderful guide into this world, it perfectly incarnates in its sounds transparent lyric moods, fragile motions that Philip's plays are saturated with. Volume Two – is performed on the synthesizer, and this is already another direction. Here, you can feel movement outside, an attempt of wide-scale comprehension of perceptible displays of life. Speaking differently, this is a synthesis of harmonies that a person can see, feel around. And that is why in this part, for example, it is possible to see influences of a few modern music styles. In the end, everybody during his/her life tries to harmoniously combine what he/she feels inside with what he/she sees and feels around. To what extent each of us succeeds in it – that is a different thing. And Philip Dovgan, seemingly, has managed his task – at least, within the framework of this debut album.